These are traditional tarts baked in Kurzeme (West part of Latvia) and for the other regions these seem an unusual dish. The round shaped orange colored tarts used to symbolize the sun, therefore they were always present on the Easter table. I have included the recipe version from the famous Suiti district.
Start by preparing the dough: Mix all the ingredients, let the dough to ripen. Roll the dough until it is 1.5-2mm deep. Cut circles with diameter 10-12cm. For every circle roll up 1-1.5cm of borders, making small " bowls".
Preparing the filling no.1: Finely grate half of freshly peeled potatoes, wring out the excess liquid, add caraway seeds, some salt and boiling milk. Cook the other half of potatoes (unpeeled). After cooked, peal and smash (mince). Mix with smashed curds and the other ingredients. Fill the dough "bowls" with the potato paste until half full.
Preparing the filling no.2: Cook the carrots until yet solid. Half of the cooked carrots grate roughly, the other half - finely. Mix with the rest of ingredients. Finish the filling of the "bowls" with the carrot paste.
One may top the tarts with caraway seeds. Bake in high heat. When baked, hot tarts are scattered with sugar. Eat cold with milk. One may top the tarts with honey or butter.